RadonAway is taking the guesswork out of data collection and reporting to meet ANSI/AARST standards and State requirements for radon testing with the RadStar Alpha continuous radon monitors. As of March 9, 2022, RadonAway’s enhanced Radon Management Cloud is available to all RadStar Alpha customers.
Included in the Upgrade
- RadonAway’s Custom Designed Forms that “Take the Guess Work Out of Radon Reporting”. Read more.
- Enhanced Customizations for new Report Layouts including more chart options and report customizations. Read more.
- Pre-configured Report Layouts for ANSI/AARST standard MAH-2019
- Pre-configured Report Layouts for Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island (All meet ANSI/AARST standard MAH-2019)
- The 3 “Basic” reports from our original software will look a little different but have maintained the same fields, options and pdf report.
- New Email Preview Functionality
ANSI/AARST Standards and State Requirements
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been actively participating in the radon industry-led ANSI/AARST voluntary consensus-based standards (VCS) process since 2012. The most recent standard for Single Family Buildings was released by ANSI/AARST in 2019. As a professional radon tester in a regulated state, you could be penalized by the state if you have not conformed to the ANSI/AARST standard and/or specific State requirements. You can find more information about ANSI/AARST standards including the standards themselves on https://standards.aarst.org. For the single family standard, scroll down on until you see “Single Family Buildings” and click on ANSI/AARST MAH-2019.
Whether you are testing a regulated state or not, conforming to the ANSI/AARST standards for testing and reporting are best practices and will provide you with the most accurate and complete radon test service for your customers.